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RE: [vox-tech] Anyone have experience with Windows XP & Linux on a Laptop?



Thanks for the info on the Sony's. That was what I was hoping to avoid.

-- Larry

At 05:46 PM 12/11/02 -0800, you wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Larry Ozeran [mailto:lozeran@clinicalinformatics.com] 
>
>[...]
> 
>> eight Sony Vaio PCG-R505 models on the web site, but none 
>> that I found available for sale.) I guess it's still caveat 
>> emptor and hope that the salesperson I ask questions about 
>> systems knows what they are talking about (winmodems, IRQ 
>> conflicts, graphics cards, PCMCIA).
>
>I would strongly advise that you avoid Sony Vaio laptops.  They are amoung
>the most proprietary laptops in existance and even getting a different
>versions of Windows, then the one it came with, to work on them can prove
>incredibly difficult.  A friend discovered the hardway after his comapnies 9
>month old laptops proved so propritary that he couldn't upgrade them.
>
>-sp
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